The K@W Network:
Barack Obama led a committed and mostly scandal-free White House, but he could have forged consensus on key issues with more persuasive communication, say experts.
“Gut feel” plays a surprisingly important role in decision making by early-stage angel investors, according to new research by Wharton’s Laura Huang.
Political upheaval threatens a breakup of the EU and shaky Italian banks mean a major financial crisis cannot be ruled out in the New Year.
The refusal of leading fashion designers to craft outfits for Melania and Ivanka Trump is about taking a stance and bowing to a public outcry, say experts.
As the World Economic Forum convenes in Davos, Switzerland, a new report warns of the greatest challenges global leaders will face over the next decade.
Recent Wharton research suggests that redefining who is eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit in the U.S. may make it more effective.
The New York Times' Josh Katz discusses his compendium of colloquialisms and why people from various regions speak differently.
The 10 ASEAN members are awaiting the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump with growing trepidation.
Customer reviews affect the business of online marketplaces in surprising ways, Wharton research finds.
Protectionist trade policies in the U.S. could impact the automotive sector on both sides of the border, with implications for companies and consumers, experts say.